Butyrin



a colorless, liquid ester present in butter, formed from glycerin and butyric acid.
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An Elementary Study of Chemistry William McPherson
An Elementary Study of Chemistry William McPherson

noun
a colourless liquid ester or oil found in butter. It is formed from butyric acid and glycerine

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